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  1. I'm glad you asked! Recently had to take my niece to urgent care which inspired the scene. In light of everything, it feels like women don't have full autonomy over our bodies.

  2. Yeah it’s irritating. I think a lot of people like to feel like they’re fighting for/at something. Think also underlying is that they like to hide behind it. Of all US cities Seattle would be the one to embrace the later out of anywhere else I’ve traveled.

  3. Or we have a four a year old who cannot be vaccinated yet. Wearing masks is as much about protecting others as it is about yourself, probably more so about protecting others. We have had MANY close encounters with people with COVID who have been careless and opted to take zero precautions (including not self-isolating when they had people willing to help with every day errands and were contagious) I’ll keep wearing a mask. People can continue being irritated but at the end of the day, it’s about the little one.

  4. We have a little one at home that cannot be vaccinated yet. I’m sorry if my tone comes across as annoyed (it’s not at you; I really appreciate you asking this question) we have been wearing masks to protect other people from the very beginning. The amount of resistance and judgment we meet is absolutely maddening. I actually know several who have been violently I’ll from COVID, one of which six months later passed away. I’m grateful for anyone who has had COVID and shared your experience, but it’s not the same for everyone. Better safe than sorry 🤷🏻‍♀️

  5. I worked in property management as a leasing agent for eight years. In fact, I would frequently work in downtown Renton. Please don't let this scare you. Washington is extremely tenant friendly and as long as you don't owe money to a previous landlord, this shouldn't even be an issue unless you're working with a private owner (in which case, they have less regulations on the restrictions they enforce).

  6. This is amazing advice and what I was looking for. Thank you very much!

  7. I’m so glad it helped :) good luck with your search!

  8. Not exactly. Seattle actually has very lenient criminal screening criteria. Personal safety is an expectation, but not necessarily the apartment community's responsibility. Their obligation is to provide locks on your home that work (and lock changes upon documented request) and safe living conditions within your home (pests, mold, electrical wiring, and structural safety issues). Crime is a super grey area unless there is proven negligence by the community (i.e. lights not working in the parking lot, not properly securing the mailboxes with working locks, etc.) I wish more communities were openly transparent about that :(

  9. Unfortunately, privacy is a two-edged sword in this case. It's true that they're unable to provide any details by law. But rest-assured, if they're sending out notices like this, they're already in the process of getting this person out. It also means that multiple people have complained. If you're truly desperate, nothing spreads faster like apartment community gossip. If you have a facebook page or an activebuilding account (if your property provides one) I'd just ask there. Someone always knows something. You might be able to check with the local police department, though I have no idea if they can disclose it either.

  10. Just call it Market Clam Chowder

  11. Simple and genius at the same time.

  12. Agree completely!!! Laura did not understand them at all!!! 😫.

  13. So true about Villanelle beginning to struggle with the killings. I don't think she personally felt remorse or suddenly had a change in conscience though. It sort of seemed like she was struggling with it because her desire for Eve was enough for her to want to be a good person. Almost like she realized by Eve's reactions that murders were immoral. Strangely enough, I believed that Villanelle was highly ethical though.

  14. No need for apologies - I loved reading your response! And you make great points - in fact, you're absolutely right. She did grow a conscience. I forgot how all of a sudden she had a desire to reconnect with her family. She also always wanted someone to choose her first, to favor her... Konstantin was kind of her person for a while. Makes sense with the countless scenes in which she asks him who he prefers or loves more.

  15. Its been driving me crazy. The best I can do: the most iconic/unpredictable part of the chorus - in terms of tune - is "lift your head and look around." Its basically the same thing in the song Torn (Natalie Imbruglia... throwback to the 90s) - "i am cold and I'm ashamed."

  16. THIS! I was shuffling through so many random pop songs in my head trying to figure it out. Thank you!

  17. Now that is a question I will be asking from now on 🙌🏻🙌🏻

  18. If they harp on commission potential... usually a red flag that the base pay isn’t fair or adequate. It’s like saying “if you work hard enough”... basically a foolproof way of saying that if the employee doesn’t make enough money it’s their own fault.

  19. This reminds me of how the Nashville suicide bomber “died in an intentional explosion”. It’s remarkable how racially and ethnically biased media coverage is.

  20. It’s hard unsee the blatant unfair difference.

  21. I live in South Carolina, and the buffet here is still packed daily. People who have been said it’s no different than before covid. I haven’t done anything but to-go from anywhere since this all started so I wouldn’t know lol

  22. Yikes! And I thought that bulk bins and the salad bar at the store were bad. I can’t imagine going to a buffet.

  23. Every time I drive by this one Waffle House out near fountain inn the parking lot is packed and everyone inside is sitting elbow to elbow with no masks. It’s insane to see.

  24. That is literally my worst nightmare! I swear I was never a germaphobe before, but today while I was driving, a lady pressed the crosswalk button and then proceeded to use the same hand to eat a sandwich. Nope! Nope! Nope!

  25. We started Call Me Mommy back in February- don’t let the name fool you- it’s not about parenting. Just banter, thoughts, and really just trying to being levity to an otherwise stressful time :) would love for anyone to check it out!

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